Excel 2016 for Mac - Level 2_460x200

Excel 2016 Mac – Level 2

Essential skills


Overview

What does the course cover?

This course builds on the Excel 2016 Level 1 foundations course to teach you how to use the essential tools in Excel. You’ll learn V and H lookup, CountIf and SumIf and database functions. You’ll work with charts, graphs, filters and lists, import different file formats (like XML data) and track changes in a spreadsheet.

Aims

Why take this course?

This course provides you with solid knowledge in the most important tools in Excel. Once you have finished the course you will know more than most people who are using Excel each day. You’ll have powerful skill-set that you can use in building spreadsheets that make you even more efficient in your role.

Audience

Who would benefit?

If you work with Excel on a regular basis there is a huge amount to gain by being confident at this level. There are many features to learn and this course will save you hours and hours of work as you start to make the most of the functionality of Excel 2016 for Mac.


Course preview

Each course contains high quality, professional, Video lessons, Downloadable exercise files and Real-world templates for you to use.

Excel 2013 Level 2 - Intro
Simple interface
Excel 2013 Level 2 - Demo
Video lessons
Excel 2013 Level 2 - Download
Downloadable files

Course detail and sample lessons

Section 1: Advanced Formatting

Lesson 1: Custom formats
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Lesson 2: Conditional Formatting
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Lesson 3: Advanced Conditional Formatting
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Lesson 4: Custom Lists
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Lesson 5: Custom Views
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Lesson 6: Freeze panes
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Section 2: Charts

Lesson 1: Insert & Delete a chart
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Lesson 2: Inserting a chart for selected data
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Lesson 3: Add Chart Elements
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Lesson 4: Chart Styles
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Lesson 5: Chart options
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Lesson 6: Move the Chart
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Lesson 7: Chart Format Tab
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Section 3: Sparklines

Lesson 1: Insert a sparkline
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Lesson 2: Edit a sparkline
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Lesson 3: Grouping and Axis options
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Lesson 4: Delete a sparkline
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Section 4: Pivot tables and Charts

Lesson 1: Insert a Pivot table
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Lesson 2: Use a recommended pivot table
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Lesson 3: Value Options
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Lesson 4: Drill down options
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Lesson 5: Pivot table options
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Lesson 6: Filters
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Lesson 7: Slicers
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Lesson 8: Group options
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Lesson 9: Design Tab
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Lesson 10: Change the Data Source
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Section 5: Advanced Formula

Lesson 1: Absolute and Relative Referencing
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Lesson 2: Naming a cell
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Lesson 3: Naming a range of cells
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Lesson 4: Countif & Sumif Functions
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Lesson 5: Countifs, Sumifs & Averageifs Functions
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Lesson 6: If Statements
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Lesson 7: Lookup functions
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Lesson 8: Formula auditing
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Section 6: Data Tools

Lesson 1: Text to Column
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Lesson 2: Data Validation
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Lesson 3: Consolidate
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Lesson 4: Goal seek
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Lesson 5: Scenarios
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Lesson 6: Data Table
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Section 7: Advanced Reviewing

Lesson 1: Sheet Protection
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Lesson 2: Workbook Protection
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Lesson 3: Track Changes
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Lesson 4: Switch and Arrange workbooks
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Section 8: Macros

Lesson 1: Record and Save a Macro
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Lesson 2: Run a Macro
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Lesson 3: Assign to an icon or a button
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Lesson 4: Absolute Vs Relative Macros
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Lesson 5: Saving in the Personal Macro Workbook
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Skills you’ll learn

What you’ll be able to do after the course

  • Save and export Excel into different formats
  • Protect workbooks and worksheets
  • Import and export XML and CSV files
  • Work with Vlookup and Hlookup functions
  • Filter and subtotal lists
  • Work with named cells and ranges
  • Use validation in a spreadsheet

How you can apply these skills

What you’ll be able to use these skills for

  • Perform data analysis
  • Lookup prices or products based on IDs or dates
  • Create advanced charts
  • Create charts with trend lines
  • Understand more complex spreadsheets
  • Use conditional formatting to highlight key data
  • Share workbooks with other users

Certification

When you pass the exam you will receive an internationally recognised accreditation certificate like this:

IACT_Specialist


Careers that require these skills at this level?

Excel is used in practically every business and in nearly all departments in those businesses – ranging from sales to accounting and administration. Any office role will require you to be proficient to this level.


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